The “Banksy of LA” Brings Powerful And Controversial Art To The Streets. Your Jaw Will Drop!

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Street artists like Los Angeles-based Plastic Jesus know how to make a public statement. This artist’s stencil and installation work doesn’t hold back as it cleverly comments on the drug industry, capitalism, gun violence, and pop culture.

American Excess

American Excess

Credit Trap

Credit Trap

Stop Making Stupid People Famous

Stop Making Stupid People Famous

No Kardashians

No Kardashians

Caution Fiscal Cliff

Caution Fiscal Cliff

Christmas Wish

Christmas Wish

Man Of Steel

Man Of Steel

R.I.P. 11,428

R.I.P. 11,428

Why Can’t A Wall Just Be A Wall

Why Can't A Wall Just Be A Wall

Don’t Paint The Wall

Don't Paint The Wall

See more of Plastic Jesus’ work on his website, here.

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